Montco Chefs Spring into Action to Provide Culinary Help with Easter

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There are plenty of options for an Easter 2023 meal out in Montgomery County.

With Easter 2023 just a hop-skip-jump away, heads of area households may be scurrying around like jackrabbits trying to manage all the details of hosting family and friends. Given the depth of culinary skill across Montgomery County, it might be a sweet idea to hand the kitchen duty over to a pro.

The following recommendations ensure a quality Easter dining experience without even a peep of complaint about the quality or ease.

Note: Reservations are recommended to ensure a place at the table, and the time to make them is short.

Founding Farmers

King of Prussia

Founding Farmers has three different ways to dine. The restaurant will be open for Easter Day brunch, lunch, and dinner, serving up a traditional menu with special Easter features.

The Copperfield Inn


The Copperfield Inn’s Easter brunch buffet has dishes that include Virginia Ham, au gratin potatoes, and champagne dill salmon.

Eddie V’s Prime Seafood

King of Prussia

There are two ways to dig into Eddie V’s Easter fare: a prix fixe, three-course option and the full-menu route. Either way, the warn cinnamon rolls and pan-seared steak and eggs are a solid recommendation.  

Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse

King of Prussia

Easter at Davio’s starts with brunch — Belgian waffles, omelets, lump-crab-cake benedict — and folds right into dinner, where its classic menus is front and center.

naBrasa Brazilian Steakhouse


For anyone observing fish on the Fridays leading up to Easter, there’s no better way to dive back into meat than NaBrasa Brazilian Steakhouse. It’s open Apr. 9 for brunch and dinner.

The Capital Grille

King of Prussia

The Capital Grille will be opening early, offering its traditional dinner menu and a brunch menu of lobster frittata, smoked salmon and caviar, and a New York strip with eggs and hash browns.

Black Powder Tavern


Black Powder Tavern, the historic restaurant near Valley Forge National Historical Park, will tempt diners with brunch/dinner dishes like deviled eggs, glazed ham, roasted leg of lamb, and carrot cake.


Information on hours, pricing, and reservations for Easter 2023 is on the website of the Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board.


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